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My top tips for the Oscar nominees...

TRISH TAKES FIVE: By Trish Burgess

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John Ward

Holidays were a little bit different back then

WARD’S WORLD: By madcap inventor John Ward

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THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK by the Rev Frances Ballantyne, Minister, Broad Street Methodist Church, Spalding.

THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: Catching God’s attention as spring arrives upon our shores

By the Rev Frances Ballantyne, Minister, Broad Street Methodist Church, Spalding

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The recent misuse and abuse of the public toilets in Sheep Market in Spalding and, more specifically, the disabled toilets has made the news.  Photo supplied.

CABINET CALL: £155,000 cost of spending a penny locally

By Coun Roger Gambba-Jones, Portfolio Holder for Place, South Holland District Council

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Every parent wants to know that their child will receive the very best care thats available when they become ill or hurt themselves.  Photo supplied.

Parents urged to choose the right NHS service

DOCTOR CALLING: By Dr Kevin Hill

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John Ward of Moulton Seas End.  Photo supplied.

WARD’S WORLD: It’s another day and another door

A weekly look at life through the eyes of the madcap inventor from Moulton Seas End

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A great tit is recognised by its loud, "disyllabic" call.  Photo by the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust.

LINCOLNSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST: Hear Spring is on its way

In the garden outside our office, birds are beginning to sing.

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Scott Woods of Bingham-Woods Independent Financial Advisors of Spalding.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG090914-142TW.

MONEY MATTERS: Markets mix, cars’ focus and foodstuff

By Scott Woods of Bingham-Woods Independent Financial Advisors, Spalding.

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Guardian Angel.

GUARDIAN ANGEL: In a stew over the fruit and veg shopping

Angel often pops to the market in Spalding for her fruit and veg but was annoyed with herself when she got home on Saturday to discover she’d left behind a bag full of carrots and sweet potatoes that she had paid for.

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The dream of home ownership needs to become a reality, says MP John Hayes.

We must build more of the right homes in the right places

HAYES IN THE HOUSE: By MP John Hayes

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Gardens of Quinta das Lagrimas

A Portuguese love story for Valentine’s Day

TRISH TAKES FIVE: By Trish Burgess

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Theresa May delivers a key Brexit speech

A chance to restore popular confidence

HAYES IN THE HOUSE: By MP John Hayes

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South Holland District Council, Spalding

Creating a community hub for all

CABINET CALL: This week with South Holland District Council deputy leader Malcolm Chandler

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Think Global - Eat Local

Put local foods first and support local farmers

RURAL MATTERS: By Tim Machin of the Campaign to Protect Rural England

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John Ward of Moulton Seas End.  Photo supplied.

Till the end of time

WARD’S WORLD: By madcap inventor John Ward

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Antibiotics

Make better use of antibiotics

DOCTOR CALLING: By Dr Kevin Hill

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The High Quarterly team

Not just quarterly, log on any time!

THE HIGH LIFE: By Spalding High School student Holly Stevenson

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Trish, drinking port in Porto!

Port in Porto on a rainy day

TRISH TAKES FIVE: By Trish Burgess

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Gina Miller speaking outside The Supreme Court in London after Britain's most senior judges ruled that Prime Minister Theresa May does not have the power to trigger the formal process for the UK's exit from the European Union without Parliament having a say. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday January 24, 2017. Ministers are braced for the Supreme Court to decide that Parliament must be given a vote on starting the divorce proceedings. See PA story POLITICS Brexit. Photo credit should read: Victoria Jones/PA Wire

No justification for second referendum

HAYES IN THE HOUSE: By MP John Hayes

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John Hayes MP

We have what it takes to succeed

HAYES IN THE HOUSE: By local MP John Hayes

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